Mark Vessey has created a piece of artwork which features some iconic issues of Mixmag from 1999 to 2016.
The piece, titled Mixmag, is available for fans of the magazine to purchase in small, medium, or large from Enter Gallery.
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Writing on Instagram, the art exhibitors said: "The collection spans 17 years from 1999 to 2016 and catalogues some of the biggest stars, events and movements in the dance music community."
Following a conversation between Fatboy Slim and Mark Vessey on Mixmag Music Director Ralph Moore’s ‘A Little Moore Conversation’ podcast, Vessey worked together with Moore to put together this artwork.
Vessey is inspired by pop culture and his own interest collections, speaking on his creative process, he said: "My work is about trying to establish a sense of order.
"There is comfort in collecting things, studying things that people take for granted, grouping together everyday objects into such a way that they become something special, seeing how they fit together to become a thing of great beauty".
This piece is available exclusively from Enter Gallery, a Brighton based art exhibitor and seller, which also sells art online. The work is available in the following sizes: Small - Limited edition of 50 - £695; Medium - Limited edition of 12 - £1250; XL - Limited edition of 15 - £1550.
The gallery calls this a "must have" for any fans of the magazine.
The c-type photography print will come with a certificate of authenticity.
For more information about the piece and to buy it for yourself, visit the Enter Gallery website here.
Aneesa Ahmed is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter